Festive Foliage: Top Picks for Colorful Christmas Trees

Hello Fabulistas! If you haven’t already decorated your Christmas tree, now is the time to get started. On my HGTV Christmas special I use colorful trees to liven up the secret celebrity’s home. (Below is a sneak peak of the “naked” trees! Tune in this Friday at 8 p.m. EST to see them fully decked out!) Here are some ways to create a colorful Christmas tree in your home.

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Red Tinsel

As I mentioned, I use a red tree on my HGTV special. A whole tree made of red tinsel sounds a little crazy but trust me, it’s not! It really jazzes up the tree, and the red makes a statement. With so much red, it really does feel like Christmas!

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A White Tree

If you’re really trying to make your Christmas colors stand out, consider a white tree. Colorful ornaments can get lost on a green tree, but on a white tree they pop! No matter what color you choose to decorate with, white is a fab tree option!

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Peacock theme

Peacock feather colors are totally trending, in fashion and in home. So why not decorate your Christmas tree in a peacock theme? The rich blues and teals are fab, and will create a memorable tree.

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Ribbon tree

Ribbons are a huge trend in Christmas tree design. Everywhere I turn, trees are decorated in all kinds of ribbon. Adding one color of ribbon is chic, but adding multiple colors makes it fun! Plus, the extra adornment looks luxe and over the top so you can use less ornaments.

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Solid colored trees

If you’re looking to create a simple but effective tree, think about decorating in a solid color. Trees in entirely one color stand out and look glamourous. I adore single colored trees and want one in my home!

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How will you be adding color to your Christmas tree? Have you already finished decorating? Tune in to HGTV at 8 p.m. EST to see me work my magic on some colorful trees as part of my holiday decorating special!